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Alstom receives Excellent Supplier Award for Xiangjiaba project from China Three Gorges Corp.

Alstom recently was given an Excellent Supplier award by the China Three Gorges Corp. in recognition of the company's outstanding performance in contract execution, excellent quality and on-time delivery of hydro turbine generator units and auxiliary equipment for the Xiangjiaba Hydro Power Plant.

Itaipu hydro facility sets new power generation record

The plant's previous mark was 98.2 TWh, a record established in 2011-12

Canadian Solar to supply solar photovoltaic modules for China project

Canadian Solar will provide its 60 cell CS6P250P and CS6P-255P modules for the project

Pakistan to privatize energy sector, China will invest $6 billion

A final draft of Pakistan's new energy policy will be released by August 2013, according to the country's minister of water and power

13.8 GW Xiluodu hydro plant starts operations in China

The dam is build across an upper course of the Yangtze River, the longest river in Asia, and is located near Chengdu, China

1. Three Gorges Dam, China (22.5 GW)

Three Gorges Dam spans the longest river on the biggest continent in the world, and it is the most powerful single power generation asset of any kind in the world. Chinese revolutionary Sun Yat-Sen...

Massive 40 GW Congo hydropower dam to begin construction in October 2015

The first phase of the project, as planned, would produce 4.8 GW of hydroelectricity to be sold to South Africa

JinkoSolar signs supply agreement for 115 MW in South Africa

The first project will consist of a total of 75 MW while the second project will consist of 40 MW

First Solar’s Antelope Valley Solar Power project reaches 100 MW

Initial construction on the solar project began in Sept. 2011 and module installation started in June 2012, providing an average of 400 jobs during the construction phase

Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems to DOE SunShot Project

This project is part of a larger $21 million DOE investment aimed at developing technology solutions that reduce the "soft" costs of residential solar PV systems